These Strategies Bring Success!

Updated: 07/21/2005 15:37
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So we go on with our tradition to write articles where we share our own strategies, as well as offer a selection of others' ones that may bring success. Now there are not very good times on the market. It's uneasily.

Programs disappear one after another, and you can't even notice how former stars darken, giving way to the new, more interesting, though the same short-term projects.

All this leaves a mark on our investment activity – necessity to be up to the mark all the time, orientate in the storming ocean, always know the reply to any conditions, offered by implacable market movement. So strategies are as topical as never before. But, let's proceed from the poetry to practice, offering a couple of fresh ideas.
Recently investors are always searching for the strategies, bound to concrete names. I.e. advices are not given as universal decisions that may suppose that variable components of the formula will be replaced with the concrete names of programs and immediately, reasoning from the names they will bring certain income in a certain time.

Though this strategy issues from the fact program is going to work stably and constantly, it doesn't take into account the chance of having troubles, which sooner or later happen to everyone. Hence, the strategy turns out to be waning, cause it doesn't foresee the opportunity to find way out of this situation. And it just can't foresee that.

Of course in future we'll think of designing such a particular strategy, having names and companies' names. Though, now it's not worth saying that, cause we just want to give advices, you will find with a heap of referrals. Maybe we just need to combine it with the subject we are discussing now? Well then, quite possible we'll do like that.

So, back to business. Today the name of ExpInvest appears more often and more and more often it's bound with such words as “high risk”, “pyramid” etc. Train crash is being expected on the market and this expectation is like a sky trembling before thunderstorm.

So, if you decide investing money to this program, hurry up to reinforce them with other sources, which could compensate this failure. Let's calculate. This program gives 200% per month to us. Within 20 days we get 100% and 1005 more in 10 days more. I.e. the return term of a program we are going to invest to reinforce, should be about one month as well. And this is less than 10%. Hence, it's high risk as well. But you should also have an opportunity not to lose in case on of your “reinforcing” programs fails. :)

If you don't like that you can always use the strategy, described by one of investors of ours: “To be a good HYIP investor, you need 4 things: Luck, Skill, Patients, and a Lack of Greedyness. HYIPs are all gambles, as no one knows how long any one will last, thus you need luck.

Skill is something you need because you need to have some general knowledge about investing. Patients is key as well. A lot of programs don't pay everyday, and a lot of programs experience problems like DOS, etc. Some members panic in these situations and try to get a refund, complain etc. Lack of Greedyness is key I think.

People get way too greedy and decide to leave their money in programs way too long, causing them to lose it all. This happened to a lot of people in PIPs (assuming PIPS is a scam). I an easy way to conquer greed is to set a return that you want to get from each program. Once you have received this return, stop investing into it.”

And it's hard not to agree with this variant. If you don't think over your movements, you will certainly subjected to more danger from fate, so, much more effective is to take other ideas, who advices the following approach, which we think is rather considerable.

“After losing five grand, I stopped looking at HYIP's as an investment arena and adopted a new approach. For the first time, I am making far so good.

The principles I follow:

1. By all means, read everything anybody has to say about the program you are considering. This is what makes TG such a valuable tool. (Here, it's worth mentioning our resource is also implied, where you can find both forum and catalogue, having heaps of programs and info about them.) Temper the praise a program receives with the knowledge that the poster may be just trolling for referrals. AUTOSURF CENTRAL is an excellent source of info about autosurfing sites.

2. Most important! Assume that every program is a scam or may just fail for a variety of reasons. Since this is now a given, the idea is to recover your initial investment as soon as possible. A 2% program will return your investment in 50 days. Your $100 spend now being worth $200, you withdraw $100 and let the rest ride.

Withdraw a percentage every month as profit (I usually take 50%). Discipline is the key here....get greedy and you WILL eventually lose everything. By adhering to this principle, the only way you can lose money is if the programs folds before you withdraw your initial investment.

3. Diversify among programs that have a reasonable ROI and have received good reports. FeederFund is an excellent way to diversify....sort of a 'mutual funds' approach. But never forget Rule #2!

There are a lot of people more experienced than me here but this is the method that is currently working well for me.”

Interesting here is combining of various systems of work. I.e. those, who return funds “rapidly” and slowly. In the nearest time we'll go on discussing strategies, now you can think these ones over. Send us your strategies, which can help other investors.

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